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Add math control state functions for intel #1180

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jamesu commented Feb 10, 2015

Fixes issue #1179

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Should this be wrapped in a define detecting the CPU type?

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crabmusket commented Feb 14, 2015

Should this be wrapped in a define detecting the CPU type?

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For osx, no.

For windows, there is a compiler function available though that Its not supported by gcc afaik. Nobody uses winrt. So I guess no.

For linux, yes though I am unaware of any non-x86 linux platforms which t3d officially supports.

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jamesu commented Feb 14, 2015

For osx, no.

For windows, there is a compiler function available though that Its not supported by gcc afaik. Nobody uses winrt. So I guess no.

For linux, yes though I am unaware of any non-x86 linux platforms which t3d officially supports.

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Merge pull request #1180 from jamesu/math_control_state
Add math control state functions for intel

@crabmusket crabmusket merged commit 7992865 into GarageGames:development Feb 14, 2015

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